5 Qualifications for a Health Coach

A health coach not only needs attributes that are relevant to their profession for them to be successful, but they also need to have the qualifications to back up their knowledge.

9 Functions of a Health Coach (Part 2)

What is the role and responsibilities of a certified Health Coach? This is part two of a two part blog, points six through nine. Health coaching may sound like a broad and general description, but in actuality it has a very specific goal in mind- and that’s your health! The functions of a health coach include assessing clients’ health, coaching clients (that’s you) on how to improve their health, and developing health care plans. Below are five of the health coach responsibilities.

9 Functions of a Health Coach (Part 1)

What is the role and responsibilities of a certified Health Coach? This is part one of a two part blog, points one through five. Health coaching may sound like a broad and general description, but in actuality it has a very specific goal in mind- and that’s your health!

Daily Primal Action- Bedtime Routine

Today is the final blog in the series of Daily Primal Actions. This series was not meant to be a finalized source of information on living a primal life, nor are these the only options available to you. It is imperative to explore, experiment and grow your own sense of well being. Another topic that was not widely discussed is primal actions for relationships, and that will be left for another blog. Today, the focus will be on your bedtime routine.

Daily Primal Actions- Evening Time

If you’re just checking these series of blogs about daily primal actions now, feel free too start here or to go back to the first one: Daily Primal Actions- Morning routine. It is stressed in earlier blogs about setting yourself up for success earlier in the day to be successful for the current part of the day. The important thing to note though, is at any point you can begin to set yourself up for success.

Your Daily Primal Actions- At Work

Work is a main focus for most of us. Although, we can thrive from the motivation of completing tasks, the sense of belonging being part of a group, and revel in the success a career can bring, what health costs are we willing to pay for it? What if we could mitigate those health costs by living a primal lifestyle?